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    RIP AirPort!

    April 27th, 2018

    I remember when the first Apple AirPort was announced. I was seated in an auditorium at the Macworld Expo in New York City when Steve jobs displayed the company’s first Wi-Fi gear. I must admit I paid little attention to a wireless networking system, since my home was littered with Ethernet cables to keep me […]

    Apple Should Give Up These? (Updated!)

    April 26th, 2018

    For a large company, Apple produces fewer products than some of you might expect. While it’s far more than in the years right after Steve Jobs returned to the company as CEO in the mid-90s, there are endless lists of what Apple ought to build next. For several years, in fact, industry analyst Gene Munster, […]

    The Apple/WWDC Disconnect Never Ends

    June 12th, 2014

    To some, Apple’s new announcements at the WWDC represented a coming of age for the company under the leadership of Tim Cook. It’s certainly more open, considering that developers have a little more freedom to talk about prerelease software. So now they can actually discuss what they’re doing with outsiders, although they aren’t able to actually […]

    Yet Another Router Setup Hassle

    April 24th, 2012

    Some time back, I read an article suggesting that Wi-Fi routers are the products most often returned to dealers. The biggest reason is evidently that they are difficult to configure, and thus do not deliver the performance customers expect. The main problem appears to be inadequate documentation, followed by confusing setup apps or Web-based control […]